Boston, Massachusetts – Noise Industries, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, now offers Ripple Training Jumps in FxFactory. Designed exclusively for Final Cut Pro(R) X, Jumps offers two transition effects that allow users to graphically move viewers through terrestrial space. Editors can choose either a 2D or 3D transition with built-in world maps, or choose a custom map of their own.
Using these transitions, filmmakers can jump from one clip to the next by showing their geographical location on any map, with the ability to fully customize the transitions, maps, and almost every element that goes along with it. The unique and powerful director view allows editors to adjust the position of video clips and titles, and additional markers can be activated to display pins and drop zones.
Jumps Includes Two Unique and Fully Adjustable Jump Transitions:
* Leap – The camera zooms out of one clip from above while looking straight down on the map, then zooms back in to transition to the next clip
* Bound – Offering more of a 3D aspect, the camera moves out at an angle from the map when transitioning out of one clip
About Ripple Training and president, Steve Martin
Founded in 2002, Ripple Training Inc. is an online digital training and content distribution company specializing in software training products and plug-ins for postproduction professionals. Ripple Training was founded by editor and producer Steve Martin, who has over 18 years of experience as an editor, educator and producer.
Pricing and Availability:
Jumps is available now for $49 (USD) in FxFactory. For more information, please visit Noise Industries online.
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